From: eugen.bruhin@bluewin.ch
Date: Saturday, October 25, 2003 19:25:08
To: Chris Cable
Subject: METW: German Cards

Hi Chris,

After seeing your great web page for METW, I wondered, if I find anything
important in the first METW edition, which I have in English as well as in
German.

I have scanned a few examples for you and here are the points I have seen:

1. Several German cards have shift the picture to the left. Result of that is,
that you see more details on the right side, while some details to left have
vanished (examples "Night", "Ettenmoors" and "Halfling Strength").
2. The "Elves of Lindon" have a changed painting on the left side.
3. The picture of "Minions Stir" is mirrored completely.

Number 4 and 5 are cards that are pictured on your site, but the German version
is different to the English as well to the Dutch version! Both cards show "more"
picture to the top of the card!

4. "The Nazgul are abroad": your Dutch version is cut on the top, while the
German version shows a lot more than the English version!

5. The "Daelomin" is turned 90 degrees like the Dutch version, but it shows the
whole wing of the dragon on the top!

That's what I found and I hope you enjoy these finds.

Best regards

Eugen Bruhin (from the German speaking part of Switzerland)
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